Process Writing

Classifying Your Content

Recently I’ve been thinking about the different ways we organize our content when we create a document.  Most of ours have the usual Table of Contents and Index. Some even have a table of Figures.  I’ve even put together the odd document where we’ve been asked to include a Table of Database Entities referencing all queries where a given table was used.

Over at I’d Rather Be Writing, Tom explores some of the interesting ways that content is referenced in a hymnbook (for example, by meter for organists) and suggests a few more value-added ways to list the book’s contents.

Have you ever come up with a novel way of breaking down a documents contents?

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